Audiobooks Narrated by Jemma Redgrave

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  2. The Whalebone Theatre: The instant Sunday Times bestseller Audiobook The Whalebone Theatre: The instant Sunday Times bestseller
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  3. Bridgerton: Romancing Mister Bridgerton: Bridgertons Book 4 Audiobook Bridgerton: Romancing Mister Bridgerton: Bridgertons Book 4
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  4. Lapvona Audiobook Lapvona
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  5. You Are Not a Before Picture: How to finally make peace with your body, for good Audiobook You Are Not a Before Picture: How to finally make peace with your body, for good
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  6. Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big, 10th-Anniversary Edition Audiobook Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big, 10th-Anniversary Edition
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  7. The Murders at Fleat House Audiobook The Murders at Fleat House
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  8. Modern Romance: An Investigation Audiobook Modern Romance: An Investigation
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  9. Counterfeit Audiobook Counterfeit
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  10. Richer Than Sin Audiobook Richer Than Sin
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Joanna Trollope: Parson Harding’s Daughter, A Spanish Lover, Second Honeymoon: Three BBC Radio 4 ful Audiobook

Joanna Trollope: Parson Harding’s Daughter, A Spanish Lover, Second Honeymoon: Three BBC Radio 4 ful

BBC Radio adaptations of three of Joanna Trollope's much-loved novels - plus bonus interview Bestselling author Joanna Trollope has been described as one of the most insightful chroniclers and social commenters writing fiction today. Her books have been translated into over 25 languages, and several have been adapted for television. This collection comprises the BBC Radio dramatisations of her historical novel Parson Harding's Daughter (written under the nom de plume Caroline Harvey) and two of her most popular contemporary novels, A Spanish Lover and Second Honeymoon, as well as an edition of the literary chat show The Book Café. Parson Harding's Daughter - 1775, and Caroline Harding's only suitor has disappeared to India without her. A plain, impoverished rector's daughter, she is left with few prospects - so when tragedy strikes, she has no choice but to sail to Calcutta, bound for marriage to a man she hasn't seen for eight years... Rebecca Egan stars in this engaging love story, winner of the 1980 Romantic Novel of the Year Award. A Spanish Lover - Lizzie and Frances are twins, but while Lizzie appears to have everything, Frances' life seems to lack romance. But when Frances impulsively jets off to Spain, everything changes. While Frances discovers excitement and adventure, Lizzie's world begins to fall apart...Starring Jemma Redgrave as Frances, with Caroline Langrishe as Lizzie. Second Honeymoon - When Edie's youngest son leaves home she tries to come to terms with the empty nest, but her husband's thoughts turn to the second honeymoon that is about to begin. Or so he thinks... Starring Christine Kavanagh as Edie and Sam Dale as Russell. The Book Café: Joanna Trollope - Clare English talks to the acclaimed novelist about her life and work, discussing her Scottish heritage, her love of Chelsea FC - and why there is no sex in her books. Cast and credits Written by Joanna Trollope (Parson Harding's Daughter written under the nom de plume Caroline Harvey) Parson Harding's Daughter Cast: Rebecca Egan, Charles Simpson, Ross Livingstone, Geoffrey Whitehead, Jane Whittenshaw, Roger May, Jennifer Hilary, David Collings, Jilly Bond, Paul Jenkins, Nicholas Le Prevost, Andrew Wincott, Dhirendra, Stephen Critchlow, Patience Tomlinson, Tessa Worsley, David Timson, Emma Gregory, John Turner, Jillie Meers, Sam Dastor, Raj Patel, Becky Hindley, Joshua Towb, Badi Uzzaman, Gavin Muir, Monica Dolan, John Hartley. Dramatised by Eric Pringle Directed by Jane Morganl First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 13-27 August 1995 A Spanish Lover Cast: Jemma Redgrave, Caroline Langrishe, Dorothy Tutin, Geoffrey Palmer, Paul Rhys, John Turner, Zulema Dene, Sandra James Young, Kim Staines, George Allonby, Guy Witcher, James Cohen, Kirsty Adams, Patience Tomlinson, Andrew Branch, Roger May, Linda Reagan, Stephen Critchlow, Tessa Worsley, David Timson, Ross Livingstone Dramatised by Melissa Murray Produced and directed by Janet Whitaker First broadcast BBC Radio 2, 24 October-28 November 1995 Second Honeymoon Cast: Christine Kavanagh, Sam Dale, Liza Sadovy, Jonathan Forbes, Alex Tregear, Simon Bubb, Carl Prekopp, James Lailey Dramatised by Rachel Joyce Directed by Tracey Neale First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 26-30 September 2011 The Book Café: Joanna Trollope Presented by Clare English With Joanna Trollope First broadcast BBC Radio Scotland, 18 March 2013 © 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd. (P) 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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Great British Trials Box Set: Full-Cast Drama Audiobook

Great British Trials Box Set: Full-Cast Drama

A full-cast dramatisation of some of the most notorious crimes and trials of the last 100 years, using the original trial transcripts. The Trial of Ruth Ellis At 9 am on 13th July 1955, Ruth Ellis became the last woman to hang in Britain. Convicted of shooting her unfaithful lover in cold blood as he stood by his sports car, the calm and dignified court appearance of this mother of two and the furore that accompanied her sentence, ensured that this trial was to have a memorable place in the annals of British justice. Starring JEMMA REDGRAVE as Ruth Ellis with full supporting cast. The Trial of Dr Crippen Mild-mannered Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen committed one of the most notorious English murders of the 20th Century. In early 1910 he dismembered his wife's body and buried the remains in the coal cellar. His trial was expected to be a formality, but Crippen pleaded 'Not Guilty!', and so begins this strangely moving tale of passion and despair. Starring ANDREW SACHS as Dr Crippen with full supporting cast. 10 Rillington Place In March 1950, Timothy Evans, aged 25, was hanged for the murder of his wife. 16 years later the Queen was to grant him a full pardon. So why did Evans confess to murder? Why was Christie not arrested until three years later? The shocking truth was to horrify the nation. Starring RONALD PICKUP as John Reginald Halliday Christie with full supporting cast. “Mr Punch is going from strength to strength, continuing their good run of classy audio” Talking Business © & ℗ 2021 Mr Punch Audiobooks Ltd

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Trial of Ruth Ellis - Last Woman to be Hanged: Full-Cast Drama Audiobook

Trial of Ruth Ellis - Last Woman to be Hanged: Full-Cast Drama

At 9 a.m. on Wednesday 13th July 1955, Ruth Ellis became the last woman to hang in Britain. Convicted of shooting her unfaithful lover, David Blakeley, in cold blood as he stood by his sports car on Easter Sunday - the calm and dignified court appearance of this mother of two young children and the furore that accompanied her sentence, ensured that this trial was to have a memorable place in the annals of British justice. A full-cast dramatisation starring JEMMA REDGRAVE as Ruth Ellis with full supporting cast Also available as part of the Great British Trials BOX SET. The series Great British Trials provides a fascinating glimpse into some of the most notorious crimes and trials of the last 500 years. Using the original trial transcripts, eyewitness accounts and contemporary newspaper reports, we witness the actual events that made each trial a cause célèbre of its day. “This Mr Punch Production is well worth its while… Jemma Redgrave gives a spirited performance… with a high calibre cast” Talking Business © & ℗ 2021 Mr Punch Audiobooks Ltd

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Doctor Who: Twelfth Doctor Tales: 12th Doctor Audio Originals Audiobook

Doctor Who: Twelfth Doctor Tales: 12th Doctor Audio Originals

Jemma Redgrave, Clare Higgins, Nicola Bryant and Dan Starkey are among the readers of this exclusive collection of nine original audio adventures. Join the Twelfth Doctor, as played on TV by Peter Capaldi, as he meets friends and enemies new and old on these journeys in Time and Space. In the interlinked Winter quartet (The Gods of Winter, The House of Winter, The Sins of Winter and The Memory of Winter) the Doctor is served with a Calling Card that means he and Clara can be summoned for assistance at any time or place. In the Lost quartet (The Lost Angel, The Lost Planet, The Lost Magic and The Lost Flame) the Time Lord becomes embroiled in a mystery involving the Weeping Angels and the Sisterhood of Karn. In Rhythm of Destruction he encounters the deadliest jazz quartet in the universe, and in Death Among the Stars the Doctor sees some oddly familiar figures on Jupiter's sixth moon. With readers also including David Schofield, Robin Soans and Kerry Shale, these exciting stories are written by George Mann, Cavan Scott, James Goss, Darren Jones and Steve Lyons. (P) 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd © 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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Letters From The Past Audiobook

Letters From The Past

Author: Erica James Narrator: Jemma Redgrave Release Date: April 2020

It's the autumn of 1962 in the idyllic Suffolk village of Melstead St Mary. Evelyn Devereux's husband Kit is planning their 20th wedding anniversary party. But as they prepare to celebrate, Evelyn receives an anonymous letter that threatens to unravel the secrets she's kept hidden for many years - secrets that reach back to the war and her days at Bletchley Park. Evelyn's sister-in-law, Hope, has brought joy to countless children with her bestselling books, but despite having a loving husband and caring family, happiness has never come easily to her. Then in an instant her fragile world is turned upside down when she too receives an anonymous letter. Across the village, up at Melstead Hall, Julia Devereux has married into a life beyond anything she could have dreamt of, not realising until it's too late that it comes with a heavy price. Meanwhile, in the sun-baked desert of Palm Springs, Romily Devereux-Temple, crime-writer and former ATA pilot, is homesick for her beloved Island House, where she's saved the day more times than she can count. On her return home, and shocked to learn what has been going on in her absence, she finds herself reluctantly confronting a secret she's kept hidden for a very long time. Once again Romily is challenged to save the day and hold the family together. Can she do it, and maybe seize some happiness for herself at the same time? Praise for the author: 'A glorious summer story which sizzles with passion: idyllic location, compelling characters and lives so interwoven that their secrets have the power to change everything. I wanted it to go on forever' CATHY BRAMLEY 'Joyously readable' WOMAN & HOME 'The setting is almost a character in itself in this evocative tale of tears and laughter' WOMAN MAGAZINE 'Erica James offers glorious escapism set in a house to die for' SUNDAY EXPRESS MAGAZINE 'Full of warmth and appeal' GOOD HOUSEKEEPING 'A captivating read: beautifully written and heartrendingly sad' DAILY TELEGRAPH 'Absorbing and uplifting' MY WEEKLY

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The Price of Oil, Episode 2: Looking for Billy (BBC Afternoon Drama) Audiobook

The Price of Oil, Episode 2: Looking for Billy (BBC Afternoon Drama)

Author: Nigel Williams Narrator: Jemma Redgrave, Nicholas Le Prevost Release Date: July 2019

Looking for Billy takes us up Alaska's Haul Road all the way to the Arctic Sea. Every day alongside the road, above the tundra, billions of barrels of oil are being piped south from the wells discovered in the 1960's, on the North Slope. As a private detective sets out with his mysterious client to investigate protests against the pipeline, we learn what that oil discovery did to the indigenous Inupiat people of Alaska. Nicholas le Prevost and Jemma Redgrave star in Nigel Williams' gumshoe road movie. One of a season of dramas exploring the history of oil - and the price we've paid for it.

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Ruth Ellis Audiobook

Ruth Ellis

Great British Trials presents a fascinating glimpse into three of the most notorious crimes and trials of the last 100 years. Through original trial transcripts, eyewitness accounts and contemporary newspaper reports, we witness the actual events that made each trial a cause célèbre of its day. At 9 am on Wednesday 13th July 1955, Ruth Ellis became the last woman to hang in Britain. Convicted of shooting her unfaithful lover, David Blakeley, in cold blood, as he stood by his sports car on Easter Sunday - the calm and dignified court appearance of this young mother of two, and the furore that accompanied her sentence, ensured this trial was to have a memorable place in the annals of British Justice. The Trial of Ruth Ellis - the Last Woman to be Hanged in Britain starring Jemma Redgrave as Ruth EllisFully Dramatised starring Jemma Redgrave; Jeffrey Segal; Terence Edmond; David Goodland; Mark Hadfield; Jenny Howe; Robin Welch; Andrew Wincott

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Doctor Who: The Memory of Winter: A 12th Doctor Audio Original Audiobook

Doctor Who: The Memory of Winter: A 12th Doctor Audio Original

Author: George Mann Narrator: Jemma Redgrave Release Date: April 2016

Jemma Redgrave reads this brand new, original adventure for the 12th Doctor and Clara. In 15th Century France the time travellers encounter a band of soldiers protecting a mysterious young woman. Joan of Arc is troubled by voices, telling her things she should not know about: things concerning the Doctor's own people, the Time Lords. Compelled to discover where she is getting the information from, the Doctor and Clara are drawn into danger. Written by George Mann (author of The Engines of War and The House of Winter), the story is read by Jemma Redgrave, who plays Kate Lethbridge-Stewart in the TV series. Duration: 1 hour 10 mins approx.

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